Finally! Secure Enterprise Apps that Sync and Scale

The world is growing more mobile every day – for both your customers and your employees. To keep pace, businesses face constant pressure to enhance customer-facing mobile apps, display customer information at the click of a button, keep employee devices always connected, and provide real-time data for all users.


Join our webinar to learn how Couchbase is transforming how industry leaders run their businesses. We’ll cover:


  • Key requirements for mobile applications, including an embedded database, offline support, multi-platform support, and enterprise security

  • Common use cases addressed by Couchbase Mobile, including offline data access and management, local caching, real-time eventing, and peer-to-peer device communication

  • How companies like GE and Ryanair are using Couchbase Mobile to give their customers a seamless mobile user experience across all their platforms

NoSQL – No (Security) Problem

It’s unmistakable. Organizations both big and small are moving to Big Data because of the information they can gather and leverage. This data is so valuable because of the insights it provides and its ability to better position the company with the customer as well as the board. But these are not the only groups that are interested in Big Data. Criminals, miscreants and evildoers are also interested in getting their hands on this information to exploit credentials and other secret information for their own gain.

In this session, we will discuss the common security issues that companies must deal with when moving to Big Data, as well as key steps you can take when deploying NoSQL to ensure that Big Data works for you rather than opening additional vulnerabilities in places you may have never considered.

Data Modeling, Data Querying, and NoSQL: A Deep Dive

In this talk we'll look at how it all starts by getting the data model right and understanding what patterns can help avoid common traps like hot spots and problems with concurrent access. Next we'll cover the new SQL-like languages that allow us to query semi-structured data in a more familiar way, such as N1QL.


  • How a flexible data model and structured query language simplifies development
  • Best practices for data modeling — when to embed data; when to reference it
  • How to do SQL-like queries on semi-structured data

Building a full stack application with NoSQL, Node.js, and Angular 2

This 5-part webinar series takes you step-by-step from installing Couchbase to building a full stack application using the CEAN stack (Couchbase+Express+Angular+Node.js). The application enables organizations to perform safety/quality control compliance using simplified workflows with a social platform interface. You’ll learn how to create workflows, assign team members, snap photos, and leverage the power of collaborative teamwork using Couchbase. 


Webcast times are as follows: 


  • 201: Bootstrapping an application using the CEAN stack (January 29) 
  • 202: Application logic, data model, and validation (February 5) 
  • 203: Build a responsive front end with Angular & Bootstrap (February 12) 
  • 204: Built-in URL permalinking & minification (February 19) 
  • 205: Mobile-first development with NativeScript (February 26)


From MongoDB to Couchbase: How Gannett and Others Made the Switch

If you need to scale your application beyond a few nodes, Couchbase is a compelling alternative to MongoDB. Both are open source document databases, but only Couchbase has a purpose-built distributed architecture designed to perform at any scale. It’s one reason companies like Gannett and Viber made the switch to Couchbase.

In this live webinar, you’ll learn more about:

  • Common operational challenges with MongoDB
  • Gannett’s technical reasons for migrating to Couchbase
  • Architectural differences between MongoDB and Couchbase
  • Migrating MongoDB read/write operations, queries, and indexes

Moving from Relational to NoSQL: How to Get Started

More and more Global 2000 companies are choosing NoSQL over relational databases like Oracle to power their web, mobile, and IoT applications. Why? Lower costs, higher performance and availability, better agility, and easier scalability.


This webinar is intended for developers, architects, and operations engineers who are considering NoSQL as an alternative to Oracle or other relational databases. If you’re looking to add NoSQL to your environment, this webinar will show you how to get started and avoid potential pitfalls.


Presenters David Segleau, former Director of Product Management for Oracle’s NoSQL products, and Shane Johnson of Couchbase Product Marketing, will provide expert guidance on how to succeed with NoSQL and Couchbase. You’ll get practical advice, including:


  • The 5 key considerations in moving from relational to NoSQL

  • How to identify applications that benefit most from NoSQL

  • Data modeling and querying with NoSQL

  • Migrating your data to NoSQL

  • Installing, managing, and monitoring your NoSQL database

  • Best practices for making the switch

Register today and get your questions about shifting to NoSQL answered in real time during the webinar.

Modern caching: How eBay & Amadeus achieve high performance with distributed caching

Modern applications are designed to run in distributed environments and must support millions of users globally with submillisecond response times. Relational databases struggle to meet those requirements, so caching has become mission critical: It’s a proven strategy to boost performance, increase efficiency, and reduce costs.


Register for this webinar and learn how leading edge companies are dramatically improving application performance while reducing cost and complexity. You’ll hear how two global market leaders – eBay and Amadeus – are implementing the latest generation of open source caching technology to achieve exceptional levels of throughput, latency, and availability.

From MongoDB to Couchbase: How to Make the Switch

If you need to scale your application beyond a few nodes, Couchbase is a compelling alternative to MongoDB. Both are open source JSON databases, but only Couchbase has a purpose-built distributed architecture designed to perform at any scale.


In this live webinar, Couchbase solution engineers will:


  • Explain the key differences between MongoDB and Couchbase

  • Show how Couchbase elastically scales out; enables cross datacenter replication with built-in XDCR; and supports advanced queries on JSON data with Couchbase’s new SQL-based query language

  • Give a step-by-step demo on how to migrate an application from MongoDB to Couchbase


Guest presenters from Gannett — the publisher of 90+ media properties, including USA Today — will join us to describe their initial experience with the MEAN stack, and how they moved their MEAN stack and publishing system to Couchbase.